Rangers manager Ally McCoist does not believe his side are favourites to win the William Hill Scottish Cup.
A home game against Albion Rovers is all that stands in the way of Rangers reaching the semi-finals, which will both be held at Ibrox.
The League One leaders are second favourites behind Aberdeen with all the major bookmakers after the Dons were handed a home tie against Dumbarton as reward for their shock win over holders Celtic.
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But the Rangers boss believes there is little difference between his side and the Scottish Premiership teams left in the tournament. St Johnstone face Raith Rovers away after their 4-0 win at Forfar while Dundee United are set for a trip to Inverness if Caley Thistle can overcome Stranraer in a replay.
McCoist : "Some bookies might have us as favourites now as is their right but I wouldn't go that far.
"I'm not trying to play any mind games when I say this but I think Aberdeen and Dundee United will, in a lot of people's eyes, still have a slightly better chance.
"I counted us in the next band after Celtic and I still do. I don't think there's an awful lot between a lot of the teams there.
"But United beat St Mirren 2-1 and I watched St Johnstone three weeks ago when they beat Partick 1-0 and they weren't looking bad at all.
"You've got to say they had a fantastic result at Forfar and a lot of people would have been looking at that as a really tough fixture.
"We're in the mix but when you consider the other teams in there, I still don't think we're favourites to win the competition. I genuinely don't.
"You'd have to say Aberdeen, having knocked the holders and the champions out, would probably be most people's favourites now."